Emmy Rossum shows the world how she can be different from the subtle Christine Daae, a character she played in Phantom of the Opera.
When she's off singing in the opera, Emmy Rossum is humming pop tunes in her new album. The singer slash actress has debuted a fresh music video for her first single 'Slow Me Down'.
A contrast to her subtle popular 'Phantom of the Opera' role, Emmy displayed a sexy side in the new video. In her own words, Emmy described the clip's concept as "different speeds because the song's about the pace of life and to create the blur of the world and how overwhelming that can be."
Emmy's debut album 'Inside Out' will be released on October 23. Lead single 'Slow Me Down' was released July 31 on iTunes along with two other songs and a documentary by Doug Biro that features 'the making-of'. She co-wrote this piece herself after she came up with another song 'Stay'.
Emmy previously said the her album will be "pop music, but not Britney Spears bubblegum pop."
Emmy Rossum, 'Slow Me Down':